Press release; Exhibition concept a collage of pages of "ada web"
THURSDAY JUNE 12, 1997 – SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1997 Founded in late 1994, äda ‘web was one of the earliest artist collectives to focus on the Internet as its medium. Acting as a “digital foundry,” the studio was structured as a dialogical interface between a network of practitioners, as well as providing design and technogical expertise to enable artists to participate in online experiments. Map the Gap traced the collaborative process between äda ‘web and these artists, which led to the production of medium-specific projects presented on the äda ‘web site. Selected documents, including sketches, magazine cut-outs, story-boards, maquettes, audio samplings and drawings were also included in the exhibition.
Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control)
ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR)
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